EDUCATIONAL VLOGS

My Innovation Proposal deals with helping teachers in low performing schools use project based learning to improve student engagement and student outcomes. The focus of both of these vlogs revolves around helping teachers in low performing schools to become better teachers. The discussion topics include student outcomes, improving school climate, project based learning, and teaching in general. Please take a look >>>here<<< for my Innovation Proposal. After reading my proposal, the podcasts will make more sense.

Click >>>here<<< for the vlog which was done with my Lamar classmates. As mentioned in the introduction, it is more formal.

Click >>>here<<< for the vlog that was done with my teacher friends over dinner.

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